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INDEX

Lemming, 478

Lemur, 541 ; L. ctttta, 542 ; L. leucomys-

tax,   542 ;   L.  macaco,  542 ;   L.   niger-

rimus, 542 ; L. rufipes, 542 ; L. varius,

12, 642

Lemur, Gentle, 540
Lemuridae, 538
Lemuroidea, 534

Leopard, 395 ; Snow, 396 ^Hunting, 400
Lepilemur, 540 ; L. mustelinus, 540
Leporidae, 502

Leptarctus, 431 ; L. prvmaevus, 431
Leptauchenia, 331
Leptomeryx, 284
Leptonyx, 453 ; L. weddelli, 453
Lepus,    502;     //.   arnericamts,   504 ;   X.

crawshayi,    504 ;   Z-.    cuniculus,   502 ;

"brain  of,  77 ; Z-.  europaeus,  504 ;   i.

timidus, 504 j i. whytei, 504
Lestodon, 183
Lwnacomys, 476
Lvmnofelis, 456

Limnogale, 512 ;   £. mergulus, 513
Linsang, 406
Lion, 393
Liponyx, 526
Listriodon, 279
Lithocraniiis, 313
Litopterna, 267
Liver, 64

JLonckeres, 489 ; Z. guicwiae, 489
Lophiodon^ 250
Lophiodontidae, 247
XiQphiomys, 476 ; JD. €mhausit 476
Lophodont teeth, definition of, 51
Lophotragus mActiiowius, 294 tu
Xop^wromy.?, 472
Xom, 23,  547 ; i. ffracUis, 547
Lungs, 69

Lutra,, 440 ; JS. vulgaris, 441
JLycaon,    416 ;    £.    anglicus,   416 ;    X.

pictus, 416
Lycyaena, 413

Lyncodon, 437 ; X. luga,n&nsis^ 437
Lynx, 397

Lytta, a rod formed of  connective   tissue
within the tongue, 416

Macacus, 563 ; J/. cyn&molgus,  564 ; JW.

t»iMws,   563 ;   JdT.   leoninus,   564 ;    Jtf.

nemestrinus, 564 ; J£. priscus, 569 ; Jf.

rhesus,    564 ;    J/".   sil&nMs,   564 ;    Jbf.

5imcM«,   564 ;   J/»  &pecwsust  564 ;   Jjf.

tcheliensis, 663, 564
Maehaerodontidae, 401
Machaerodus, 402 j Jf. pcdynid,enst 402
Macleayius, 358
MOcrauchemia, 267
Maeraucheniidae, 267
Mdcrofflosis'its, 526
Macropodidae, 129

, 131, 132

Macropus,   132 j   J/.   brunii,     133 ;   jf.

giganteits*   132 ;   JW.   irma,    133 ;   j/]

ruf-us, 132

Jlfacrvrfiimts, 453 ; JV/". Zeoninus, 454
Macroscelidae, 515
Macroscelides,, 515
MacrotJierium, 211
Malacomys, 472
Malacothrix, 476
Mammals, position in Vertebrate series,! ;

characters of, 3 ; coloration of, 10, 11 •

Keptilian    ancestors    of,   90 j    earliest

known forms, 96
Mammoth, 226
Man, 585
Maimtee, 335

ManatutSi 335 ; jfcf. inunguis, 336
Mandrill, 566
Mangabeys, 564
Maiiidae, 188
Manis,   188 ;    JJf.    ffigantca,    190 ;    Jf.

macrura, 25 ; Jtf. tricuspis^ 31
Manteoceras, 267

Marine Mammals j ^ee Sirenla, Cetacea
Marmoset,, 156
Marmoset, 556
Marmot, 465 ; Prairie-, 465
Marsupial Mole, 159
Marsupials, 122 ; imperfectly born young

of, 124
Marsupium or Pouch, 14 ; of Monotremata,

15 ; of Marsupials,   17 ;   rudiments  of,

in higher Mammals, 23, 18
Marten,  435
Massouti&rcty 490
Mastacomys, 478
Mastodon, 230
Meerkat, 410, 411
Megachiroptera, 524 f,
Megaderma, 528 ; J/. ^ra, 528
Megaladapididae, 654
Megaladapis insignia,  554 ; J/. tnadagos-

cariensis, 554
Megaloylossus, 526
Megalmnys, 480
Megalonychidae, 183
Megalonyx, 183
Megamys, 506
Meganeuron Jcreffti, 366
Megaptera, 356 ;   3f. capensis,   357 ; ^".

indica,   357 ;   Jf.   lcdct,ndii}   357 ;    J/.

longfanana, 357
Megatherium, 183

, 432 ;   JT. anakuma,    432 u. ;   3£

Mettivora,, 437 ; Jf. capensis, 438
Jlfelonycteris, 526
443 ; Jf. labiatus, 443
101
203
264
Mephitis, 439